After the success of the seminar held at our office in Milton Keynes, we will be hosting two further sessions at our offices in Bedford and Cambridge, which will be looking at the new IR35 rules which come into force on 6th April 2020, as follows:
Bedford office: Cambridge office:
Thursday 26th March 20120, 8:00am – 10:00am Tuesday 31st March, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
16 St Cuthberts Street, Bedford, MK40 3JG Lockton House, Clarendon Road, Cambridge, CB2 8FH
Off-payroll workers – time to review existing arrangements
What should organisations be doing to prepare for the new IR35 rules that come into force on 6 April 2020? MHA MacIntyre Hudson employment tax experts, David Wignall and Nigel Morris, will talk you through this new legislation and what it means for off-payroll workers and employers.
Employment Status – employee or self employed?
As part of the preparations for the new IR35 rules, organisations will need to assess their relationships with their contractors to decide what the employment status is. Employment specialist, Maria Gallucci, will talk you through the legal tests to help you identify what type of employment status applies to your relationship with your contractors.
It is important to note that small businesses will not be affected by the reform. To clarify, during a 12-month period, a business is deemed to be a ‘small’ company if it meets 2 or more of the following criteria:
- Turnover – not more than £10.2 million
- Balance sheet total – not more than 5.1 million
- Number of employees – no more than 50
You can also read our blog, written by Maria Gallucci here.